Your workplace culture speaks volumes about your company—not only to employees but to your customers as well. Companies today are facing a set of unique cultural challenges. What worked yesterday won’t work tomorrow when it comes to multigenerational workforces, remote employees, team health, and employee engagement.
Is your culture representative of the best of your organization? Price Associates can help you define the steps needed to create a culture of empowerment, collaboration, momentum, innovation, and creativity.
- Conflict resolution
- Employee development
- Family business services
- Leadership team/executive coaching
- Organizational culture transformation
Daily Creative Humanization
This program helps companies capitalize on today’s broad generational and cultural workforce to create “inclusion” as a daily practice.
Designed to help leaders understand and embrace creative strategy as a catalyst for change and innovation, and to place it firmly on the business agenda to stimulate immediate returns.
This program combines a deeper understanding of emotional intelligence (EQ) and how this is demonstrated through behaviors (DISC).
Pushing Back Entropy
Introduces teams to models of conflict prevention and team health connected to behaviors and emotional intelligence.
Working In Sync
A process that focuses on the individuals within a team and how they interact, perform and build deep relationships.
Examining differences between team members such as gender, introversion/extroversion, sensitivity, creativity, culture, and attachment.
By Courtney Feider
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This week we talk with Greg Mayes, financial advisor and owner of Mayes Financial, about his special brand of customer focus. Greg has formed his business around building customer relationships, and he shares his three tips for creating customer focus within your own company. He discusses the importance of being genuine and making decisions in line with your own guiding principles.
This week we chat with Valerie Alexander, who is a corporate trainer, keynote speaker and author of several books. Valerie’s colorful career path—as a former securities lawyer, investment banker and screenwriter—gives her a unique approach to company culture.Valerie talks to us about the cost of unhappy employees, the biggest cause of workplace unhappiness, the #1 factor that motivates employees, and simple tips to create more happiness at work.
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